Permit Room Officer (Kwinana Bulk Terminal)

Posted 15 May 2024
Salary$0 - $39 per day
Job type Temporary
DisciplineGovernment StateGovernment

Job description

Position: Permit Room Officer  

DFP Perth are seeking an experienced Permit Room Officer to engage on a temporary contract with a State Government agency based in Kwinana. 

Start Date: ASAP - Notice Periods Considered 
Length of Assignment: 2 months – possibility of extension  
Location: Kwinana, 6167 
Hours:  3/2 2/3 (Monday to Friday) roster 12-hour shifts 

Role Description 
The Permit Room Officer coordinates work permits to ensure the safety of all personnel performing work at the Outer Harbour. Key responsibilities include: 
  • Reviewing and authorizing Permit to Work forms, ensuring completeness and signatures from all relevant parties. 
  • Ensuring appropriate risk management measures are in place for all Permit to Work forms. 
  • Coordinating isolations of plant and equipment with relevant personnel. 
  • Maintaining currency and accuracy of the Permit to Work register. 
  • Facilitating communication with Operations and Maintenance to minimize disruptions. 
  • Overseeing removal of isolations and clearing of lock boxes upon completion of work. 
Qualifications and Experience: 
  • Experience in safety and health within heavy industry at a trade level. 
  • Knowledge and experience with permit issuing highly desirable. 
  • Strong interpersonal, communication, and negotiation skills. 
  • Proficiency in report writing and analysis. 
  • Demonstrated teamwork abilities. 
  • Excellent computer literacy. 
  • Valid driver’s license. 
If you're interested in this opportunity, please apply with your resume/CV and availability details. If you have any questions, please contact Heidi Dye on or on 08 9287 9807. 

Applicants new to DFP may be asked to provide additional information including work rights status via a survey link – if requested, we ask that you provide this information in order to expedite your application.
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